Tag: vehicles

  • Cool Old Vans

    written by saidseni on 2011-06-23
    Cool Old Vans

    It's one of my favorite subjects and I'm always bumping into one of these fancy vehicles, from the Zion Bus to the Rainbow Van.

  • La Sardina Visits Galaxy of Cars

    written by adam_g2000 on 2012-03-12 #news
    La Sardina Visits Galaxy of Cars

    Over 600 cars from Model T’s to Hot Rods came to this year's Western Springs Galaxy of Cars vintage car show. I dashed down with my La Sardina when the exhibition came in February to capture the action. Check out the sweet rides!

  • A Peek into the Past Through Restored Automobiles

    written by mafiosa on 2012-06-13
    A Peek into the Past Through Restored Automobiles

    Is it wrong to take a trip down memory lane to an era that you don’t actually have memories of because you weren’t alive back then? Why is it that vintage cars pull at my heart strings with a certain nostalgia? On a recent trip through Revelstoke, British Columbia, I was thrilled to encounter a vintage car show.

  • Mali Road Tracks Travel

    written by azurblue on 2009-03-30 #places
    Mali Road Tracks Travel

    To take the road in Mali, is a wonderful, though weary some experience!

  • Abandoned Trains

    written by trabantdeluxe on 2008-04-27 #places
    Abandoned Trains

    Route 32 in Watervliet, NY (about 12 miles from Albany) passes over the mainline of the Delaware & Hudson Railway, much like the other highway overpasses in the area. The casual observer may miss the Lomographer's treasure trove which lies beneath the bridge, along side the tracks.

  • The Streets of Mumbai with my ActionSampler

    written by magali on 2011-05-13 #places
    The Streets of Mumbai with my ActionSampler

    Some random street photos from all of Mumbai (Bombay). Some streets are quiet while others are chaotic.

  • Tractors

    written by jogintas on 2008-04-27 #places

    Alright, let's start! You fancy those sporty cars like Ferrari or Lamborghini? Forget them... You like retro style Jaguars or even Mustangs? Forget them too... Because now we are going to get where it all started - to our motherland NATURE! Yes, it's right, Nature is our second mother, so the best way to find the link with it is in the traditional exhibition of Agriculture and Forestry "What You Sow... 200X" (X depends on the year of the exhibition).

  • Beautiful Shots of Purple-tinted Vintage Vehicles Taken with the LomoChrome Purple

    written by chooolss on 2013-11-14
    Beautiful Shots of Purple-tinted Vintage Vehicles Taken with the LomoChrome Purple

    As we’ve all established by now, the LomoChrome Purple gives photographs a surreal, dreamy feel. In some cases, however, it can also lend a vintage, elegant vibe to its subjects too!

  • Paddle Steamer “Ryde Queen”

    written by janette on 2008-04-27 #places
    Paddle Steamer “Ryde Queen”

    This poor abandoned ship is steeped in history. She was built in 1937 for the Southern Railway Company, weighed some 566 tonnes and was finished to a very high standard. She had a promenade deck with observation lounge and a large saloon, restaurant, tea room, smoking room and Ladies' room on the main deck. She operated an all-year round service between Portsmouth and Ryde on the the Isle of Wight before the outbreak of World War II. During the war she served first as a minesweeper, was converted into an anti-aircraft vessel and took part in the Normandy Landings in June of 1944 and was returned to her normal passenger service after the war in 1945. She was eventually replaced by more modern motor vessels but still operated occasionally as a relief vessel. I can remember as a young child the excitement, if when we travelled to the mainland we were fortunate enough to sail on the PS Ryde which was then the last Paddle Steamer working on the Solent.

  • Philippine Tricycle

    written by cruzron on 2008-04-27 #places
    Philippine Tricycle

    We all know (well most people) that the quintessential Philippine way of getting around is with the legendary Jeepney. However it is unavoidable that in some cases that we would need to go someplace that won't have the luxury of space. We would require something a little more compact which is what the Philippine tricycle is all about. It is basically a cheap motorcycle (in same cases just a bicycle) welded with an aluminium sidecar.

  • Trains - “Die Bahn”

    written by jogintas on 2008-04-27 #places
    Trains - “Die Bahn”

    What do we do when we have to get from point A to point B? We choose the vehicle... Options are endless, but we all know, that planes are fast, but expensive, and on the other hand - cars are cheap, but slow... What to do? Choose trains!!! There is a huge railway web all around Europe, and lots of companies offer different "good deals" for traveling at the very low cost. My favorite is the German Railway, or "Die Bahn" as it is called in German.